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    Tips on my driftwood :-)

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    Hi guys, I've recently got a very nice piece of driftwood & was thinking of putting some plants on it. Any reccomendations?

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    Re: Tips on my driftwood :-)

    Very nice piece of wood!

    You can cover it with Moss. Or attach Anubias or Bucep on that too. Oh, Montecarlo is also good plant that attach to woods.

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    Re: Tips on my driftwood :-)

    Quote Originally Posted by jackychun View Post
    Very nice piece of wood!

    You can cover it with Moss. Or attach Anubias or Bucep on that too. Oh, Montecarlo is also good plant that attach to woods.

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    Always, complementing people. I've seen this triangle driftwood on sale at Carousel a couple of times.

    But as to whether the driftwood is nice, I think this is a better driftwood. Far better.




    Photo credited to Jacky Chun.

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    Re: Tips on my driftwood :-)

    Haha... Thanks torque6! That one is quite lethal :P

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    Re: Tips on my driftwood :-)

    Quote Originally Posted by jackychun View Post
    Haha... Thanks torque6! That one is quite lethal :P
    Aquascaping rely heavily on hard scape, like drift wood, stones, etc. Although placement and skills do play apart, having access to these wonderful driftwood do play a critical role if competing in IAPLC.

    Good job bro. Thanks again for inspiring the forums.

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